POP UP SLIDER CARD MADE THE EASY WAY GUARANTEED

 

Inside: how to make a pop up slider card the easy way!

 

When you have been crafting for a long time like I am you love learning new things that challenge you and excite you. Lately I've been exploring paper engineering and pop-up in particular. It is so much fun to create these pop up cards and projects and see people's reaction to them.

 

If you stick around I'll teach you how to make an easy pop up slider card that people will love to receive!

 

 

POP UP SLIDER CARD

 

By making a few simple cuts into a piece of card, you can create a tab (or multiple tabs) that you push forward and decorate, or you can make it 3D and stick a cutout image to it. Not only is it fun, it's easy, too.

 

To make this card you will need to be accurate with your measuring and cutting. Otherwise the mechanism will not work properly and you will not get that sliding effect. But don't despair if you follow the instructions in the video you will have no problems!

 

  1. Start by cutting the top layer of the card to make the mechanism. You cut around three sides of the paper.
  2. Make three score lines on the inside cut piece to allow it to fold while opening the tab.
  3. Attach smaller paper to the mechanism aligning it with bottom cut.
  4. Attach other card to cover back side.
  5. Add an embellishment to front of pop up card.

 

 

If you want to create more pop-up cards and projects check out these ideas:

 

 

If you are looking for more card ideas grab your copy of the 48 Christmas Card Ideas eBook. In this book you'll find 48 different holiday card designs complete with step by step tutorials!

 

 

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Have fun creating!

 

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